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Old 03-08-2014, 03:55 PM
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Default Crank Pulley Removal Tip

After spending far too long with 1 meter long breaker bar and 22mm socket, I gave up on trying to remove my Crank Pulley.

But then I found this tip on YouTube, and I had the pulley off in less then 5 minutes with a breaker bar half the length :

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Impact gun does the trick
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Impact gun does the trick
You would never get a gun in there unless it's some fancy 90 degree thing.
It's tight enough with just a 22mm socket and T-bar.
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